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For some, going through a divorce is the most stressful experience of their lives.

At Gelman & Associates, whether your matter is simple or complex, we treat each client as an individual and will work with you and the legal system to make sure your rights are protected and that your needs are met.

Separation typically involves living separate and apart from your spouse for a period of at least one year. During that time you and your ex will have many issues to discuss and resolve. Among them: custody and parenting arrangements, child support, spousal support and division of marital property.

There are many avenues available to separating couples that can assist them in this process and Gelman & Associates has highly experienced lawyers to meet your unique circumstances. We outline all potential outcomes so that our clients can make informed decisions about how to proceed.

Statistically, the majority of our clients choose to negotiate a Separation Agreement (a written and enforceable legal agreement) between themselves and their respective counsel. However there are other options available which we handle regularly such as Alternative Dispute Resolution methods, or for more contentious situations, commencing court actions.

Whether you need a lawyer at Gelman & Associates to negotiate a Separation Agreement on your behalf, or if you should choose to take your matter to court, our expert legal team will ensure that your rights are vigorously defended.

To book your consultation today, please give us a call at (416) 736-0200.

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